Sapio ha scelto F5 per accrescere la qualità dei prodotti e dei servizi, grazie a un’architettura integrata in grado di incrementare le prestazioni, garantire la sicurezza e abbattere i costi di gestione.
Vivo, gigante de las telecomunicaciones en Brasil, que en 2015 facturó 11 billones de dólares, lanzó a finales de 2015, un servicio a medida para las pequeñas y medianas empresas (PYMES). Se trata del servicio Vivo Aplicación Web Segura, una oferta que utiliza la tecnología F5 Networks para proteger las aplicaciones web sus clientes.
El Banco G&T requiere alta disponibilidad de las aplicaciones para dar servicio a más de 1,7 millones de clientes. Mediante la actualización de su solución de F5, el banco migró el data center principal con un mínimo de tiempo de inactividad y, en la actualidad, se beneficia de una mayor disponibilidad y seguridad, así como un mejor rendimiento de las aplicaciones y la red.
El Banco Supervielle utilizaba Cisco ACE XML Gateway como firewall para aplicaciones web, pero la solución había llegado al final de su ciclo de servicio. Tras reemplazarla por una solución de F5, el banco logró una funcionalidad más completa, protección más segura para una amplia variedad de aplicaciones multiplataforma esenciales, ahorro en mano de obra, compliance con la normativa y mejor soporte.
Jeju Air, the fastest-growing major airline in Korea, sought to enhance its online event promotions to expand touchpoints with consumers. It needed a solution to handle traffic surges, strengthen its system security, and guarantee service...
Telenor Denmark is working with F5 to fuel its transition from traditional telco to multifaceted digital services provider.
Epiq, a worldwide provider of legal services and technology, adopted Microsoft Office 365 to reduce cost and labor overhead in its data centers. To integrate Office 365 into its overall infrastructure, the company deployed solutions from F5, including one to unify application access, resulting in a simpler, more efficient, and more secure IT environment.
Financial services company The Motley Fool needed more responsiveness and visibility from its web application firewall and content delivery network provider. Leveraging a cloud-based web application firewall solution from F5 in conjunction with a CDN from another vendor, the company now enjoys better visibility, flexibility, and technical support.
During the holiday season, photo and online print service CEWE must handle peak loads many times greater than those during the rest of the year. To be sufficiently prepared, the company decided to install a powerful application delivery solution provided by F5. In addition, CEWE implemented a web application firewall by F5 to defend against security threats.
Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts (DWCLA) migrated its core internal IT systems to the cloud and deployed Office 365 in September 2016. It chose F5 BIG-IP solutions to consolidate network equipment in a private cloud solution and enable SSO for access to multiple discrete systems. DWCLA aims to fully exploit all the functionality BIG-IP solutions have to offer going forward.
The National Institute of Informatics (NII) is part of Japan’s Research Organization of Information and Systems (ROIS). NII performs research and development in informatics and provides information services to Japan’s entire academic community. Its engineers chose F5 technology to establish a critical application gateway with robust, centralized security independent of cloud security services.
Financial swap execution facility TeraExchange needed to defend its private network from DDoS attacks that could threaten its reputation and its business. Using the F5 Silverline DDoS Protection solution, TeraExchange ensured high service availability for its customers and partners.
ICBC sought to improve the security and performance of its IT infrastructure. It chose an F5 solution to manage traffic intelligently and to add a key component to the company’s layered security. It also chose the F5 Best pricing model to pave the way for future solutions. Now, application deployment takes less time and ICBC saves on labor resources.
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Swedish web pioneers Joors, together with F5 Networks, has devised a solution that enables mobile operators anywhere in the world to bring affordable connectivity to users via innovative business-models such as ad-funded access.
Cloud provider and big data specialist The unbelievable Machine Company (*um) from Berlin guarantees high performance and security. Using the latest technologies, a wide expertise, and maximum flexibility, *um can manage the individual and sophisticated needs of its customers—aspiring Internet start-ups and large corporations. In this way *um provides its customers with competitive advantages.
Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a comprehensive academic research leader with some 20,000 students and around 7,600 staff. As the leading Hong Kong institution, CUHK needed to meet demands of an increasingly connected and mobile user base of students and academic staff. Using F5 Application Delivery Controller (ADC) with VIPRION chassis, it was able to enhance the performance of apps, reduce its IT footprint, and improve security posture.
Top online jewelry supplier Fire Mountain Gems and Beads faced end-of-life devices in its mission-critical, on-premises data center. Replacing components and consolidating functions with a cost-effective F5 solution resulted in immediate performance improvements and a more secure, more easily managed, and readily extensible deployment.
The central computer system of the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) underpins the organization’s diverse accelerator science research programs. KEK chose F5’s web application firewall to minimize any increases in time-consuming administrative tasks while bolstering protection against cyber attacks. KEK is also looking forward to ensuring greater efficiency in IT security governance by using F5 to centralize log management.
Vivo, a Brazilian telecom provider with $11 billion in revenue in 2015, launched its own cloud-based security service for small- and mid-sized businesses. The new Vivo Secure Web Application uses F5 technology to protect customers’ web applications.